The TriHealthon is pleased to announce that our founder, Esther Ejiroghene Ajari, has been selected as a category winner of the 3rd annual .ORG Impact Awards, which honors remarkable mission-driven organizations and individuals making their communities a better place. The awards are hosted by the Public Interest Registry (PIR).
Esther was one of the top five finalists in the “Rising Star Award” category, which she secured on Tuesday, November 9, 2021.
Submissions were reviewed and scored by a panel of judges who are leaders in the Internet, non-profit, and marketing sectors. All nominations were required to be tied to an active website with a .ORG domain.
“The .ORG Impact Awards celebrate and showcase the incredible work that mission- driven organizations are doing in their communities and around the world,” said Jon Nevett, President and CEO of the Public Interest Registry. “This year was the most competitive ever—with 633 organizations from more than 40 countries submitting nominations across seven categories. We want to thank all those who submitted entries and congratulate all of the finalists for their impressive achievements.”
This year’s finalists and winners were celebrated as part of the 2021 .ORG Impact Awards—an online event on November 9th that celebrates the range of challenges that the mission-driven community has overcome.
“Our winners—these Champions for Change—have made a profound impact in the lives of so many. The people behind these organizations work tirelessly in pursuit of their missions and to make the world, and their communities, a better place. That’s why we are honored to celebrate the great work that Esther does, the difference it makes, and the lives it has changed,” said Jon Nevett.”
Follow @PIRegistry on social media to find out more about the nominees and the event.
Interested parties should visit www.orgimpactawards.org for complete rules and information.
PIR media contact: Cassie Chechile, email@example.com, 240-463-0483